Replacement Cost Valuation of Northern Pintail (Anas acuta) Subsistence Harvest in Arctic and Sub-Arctic North America

@inproceedings{Goldstein2014ReplacementCV,
  title={Replacement Cost Valuation of Northern Pintail (Anas acuta) Subsistence Harvest in Arctic and Sub-Arctic North America},
  author={Joshua Howard Goldstein and Wayne E. Thogmartin and Kenneth J. Bagstad and James A. Dubovsky and Brady J Mattsson and Darius J. Semmens and Laura L{\'o}pez-Hoffman and James E. Diffendorfer},
  year={2014}
}
Migratory species provide economically beneficial ecosystem services to people throughout their range, yet often, information is lacking about the magnitude and spatial distribution of these benefits at regional scales. We conducted a case study for Northern Pintails (hereafter pintail) in which we quantified regional and sub-regional economic values of subsistence harvest to indigenous communities in Arctic and sub-Arctic North America. As a first step, we used the replacement cost method to… CONTINUE READING